Va Real Estate Lease Agreement

As with any rental agreement, state and federal laws prohibit you from refusing to rent tenants or treating them differently based on race, skin color, ancestry, national origin, marital status, religion, gender, or disability. A landlord is also required to provide habitable or fit premises, including bases such as hot water, electricity, heat, sewage, sanitary and smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, and to comply with all housing and construction rules that affect the health and safety of tenants. You can insert anything you want into your rental agreement as long as it complies with all regulations, laws and regulations and does not require the tenant to waive certain rights or remedies, or allow you to waive your obligations from the VRLTA.